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    Re: Earthquake

    I didn't feel it in Westerville (just outside of Columbus).

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    Re: Earthquake

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Swaying and stuff moving is a nice tremble, it's when the building shakes like it's a dice in Gods hand that's scary
    This is what the guys on sports talk radio experienced in Columbus. The host said the building was noticably shaking as if being knocked off its foundation. Scary stuff if that's the case.

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    Re: Earthquake

    Our building at work shook for a good 30 seconds or so. At first, I thought it was a truck rumbling by, because sometimes that'll give us a bit of a vibration, but it was clear after a few seconds that that was no truck.

    Epicenter is pretty close to the North Anna Nuclear Facility. Yikes.
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    Slept right through it. Of the last 4 earthquakes people have felt in Cincinnati, I have been asleep for every single one of them and not noticed a thing. I shouldn't wish that I could feel an earthquake, because it isn't something good.... but I almost wish I could.

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    My first thought was that Walt finally made a trade. I was stationed in California for over a year and I never felt one. I write it off as being hyper-unaware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    Slept right through it. Of the last 4 earthquakes people have felt in Cincinnati, I have been asleep for every single one of them and not noticed a thing. I shouldn't wish that I could feel an earthquake, because it isn't something good.... but I almost wish I could.
    You're to never sleep again then for the safety of us all on the east coast . I didn't even feel it at school, but a lot of people in Charleston are saying they felt it and saw the shaking.
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    Re: Earthquake

    Felt it on the south side of Columbus. House swayed a little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    Slept right through it. Of the last 4 earthquakes people have felt in Cincinnati, I have been asleep for every single one of them and not noticed a thing. I shouldn't wish that I could feel an earthquake, because it isn't something good.... but I almost wish I could.
    For some reason, that made me think of "1. 2. Freddie's coming for you..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slyder View Post
    You're to never sleep again then for the safety of us all on the east coast . I didn't even feel it at school, but a lot of people in Charleston are saying they felt it and saw the shaking.
    My two best friends (they are dating) live in Charlottesville, VA. The female is a teacher and today was the first day students were in class (middle school). She absolutely freaked out from talking to her. Between her and the kids, I wish there was a camera in her classroom from the sounds of it.

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    Re: Earthquake

    Was in my office's Towson location (NE of Baltimore) and was 7 floors up. Building was rolling like on waves, and the table I was sitting at meeting with cients was shaking. It was a large table.

    That was..."unsettling". To the extreme.

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    Re: Earthquake

    Washington D.C. Damage Photo
















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    LOL. Well-played.
















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    Re: Earthquake

    Yeah I didn't feel anything in NKY. I missed out.

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    Re: Earthquake

    My 17th floor apartment in downtown Cincinnati was rockin' pretty nicely. I tend to feel the earthquakes strongly because of the way the building is constructed and wouldn't you know it I'm always working in my home office when every single one of them hits.

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    Is that from the annual meeting of honest DC politicians?


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